Why is it so hard to find hash in Houston?

Discussion in 'General Marijuana Growing' started by dsyas, Jan 26, 2013.

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    Thundercat

    Thundercat Well-Known Member

    Don't get me wrong oil is great, but so is hash. I personally don't like massing with torches and nails, and dabbers and all that shit all the time. Its nice and easy to deal with hash, it doesn't stick to everything, and require tools to use. Its also much easier to take places, IMO rather then messing with oil. I can sit back and take continuous hash hits cus it keeps burning too, rather then dab, heat back up, and repeat. just my 2 cents but I like hash still.
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    PJ Diaz

    PJ Diaz Well-Known Member

    You can do the same thing with oil that's been buddered. The only difference is it's much better.
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    dsyas

    dsyas Member

    Since I kno for sure there is some can anyone point me in the rite direction and how much does hash cost here I kno I prolly will have to pay more than I would in Cali but I am willing to as long as it isn't highway robbery
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    SnakeByte

    SnakeByte Active Member

    IMHO Any large scale or commercial grower should be using their trim leaves, tiny buds and stems for either edibles or water hash.
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    dsyas

    dsyas Member

    I agree bro but some people I guess don't want to put in the extra time I guess but I kno if I grew I would just make bubble hash or atleast kief
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    Sencha

    Sencha Active Member

    A 2400 watt bloom room can keep 3-4 people in good supply of full melt bubble hash, with enough trim left over for a few pounds of canna butter for edibles. You don't need any special tools to smoke it and its much easier to make than GOOD BHO. Super clean too.

    So yeah, ya kinda gotta know somebody. We are happy enough to have the bubble so we donate all the edibles.
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    Chillintxstlye

    Chillintxstlye Active Member

    U must look and act like a cop, cause htown has it all bro!
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    jpill

    jpill Well-Known Member

    IMO Traditional hashish (if thats what you are referring to) is starting to become a thing of the past. Every one is making Waxes with their trimmings now !
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    ogreb

    ogreb Active Member

    The only kind of hash I like is " palm " hash.
    Have not seen it in over 15 years.
    The hash I've seen and tasted since then are just too harsh.
    That ear wax is too insane to smoke ! Crazy stuff...too high kinda high.
    I miss real Afghanie / Nepal hand rubbed palm hash.
    Not a high like it...just like real Thai bud is so different then everything else.
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    dsyas

    dsyas Member

    @Chillintxstlye the problem isn't finding flowers bro i want hash I have bought some good buddha from a couple ppl but cannot seem to find the good ole budder or bubble
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    Thundercat

    Thundercat Well-Known Member

    This is what I'm saying!
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    bigsteve

    bigsteve Well-Known Member

    Hash is hard to find anywhere in the states because of where it comes from. Most hash is from the middle east area.
    Same place we find opium poppies. Smugglers can multiply their take by trading hash for junk. Heroin rules in that
    part of the world.

    BigSteve.
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    dsyas

    dsyas Member

    Have any of you guys ever had Moroccan hash before
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    mrCRC420

    mrCRC420 Well-Known Member

    Hash is less popular in the states. Bud is king. Hash is just hard to find. Go to Europe, UAE, ..., and you'll find the opposite, weird :) areas with favor Indicas/hash plants have more hashish available. But due to the global indoor cultivation movement this is more of a cultural effect now.
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    Thundercat

    Thundercat Well-Known Member

    The genetics of those hash plants also mean that they don't really produce much buds. They produce huge amounts of resin on the leaves and flower material. Check out strain hunters it's on you tube, they did an episode where they went to morracco and saw the whole process plant- hash. It's amazing to watch they have thousands of acres of land covered with this beautiful plant.

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